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What was Reconstruction?

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"Reconstruction -- the period after the Civil War -- was meant to give newly freed Black people the same rights as white people. And indeed there were monumental changes once slavery ended -- thriving new Black communities, the first Black members in Congress, and a new sense of dignity for many Black Americans. But this time of hope didn't last long and instead, a deeply segregated United States continued on for another hundred years. Find out what went wrong in this fascinating overview of a troubled time"--

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Arcade Free Library J305.89 SMITH (Text)
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Avon Free Library J 973.8 WHA (Text)
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Livonia Public Library J 973.8 SMI (Text)
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52140300637932
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Macedon Public Library JUV 305.8 SMI (Text)
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Victor Farmington Library J WHO WAS/WHAT WAS (Text)
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